Coco Zhao
CITY AND I
By: Coco Zhao
Catalog ID: 496593   Duration: 4:12   Tempo: Very Fast   BPM: 172   Vocal: Male Vocals
Genre: Chinese Music | Chinese Jazz
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Piano vocal jazz lounge tune with light swing groove sung in Chinese with vocal scat improv in middle. Perfect for old time Shanghai feeling with jazz singer in back of a piano bar. Recording is clean and natural. Urban ambience can evoke traffic in Asian cities, construction, progress, airports   Keywords: opium den asia night life China highway cars car subway metro urban boulevard shopping mall nanjing rd the bund Hong kong taipei night market airport boat ferry



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Lyrics:
This city is full of heavy traffic. Sidewalks sprawl in all directions.
High towers harbour the fantasies of those within, neon lights, sleepless nights.

Alone, I'm waiting under the streetlight seeing the world, and all its craziness.
People pass in a rush, no time to appreciate. I alone savour everything.

The world is like a bubble gum illusion, some people change like flowers, some endure like earth.
Though there is confusion of one kind and another, I won't give up my original dreams.

I preserve them like the last starlight of night until dawn caresses my cheek.
The familiar city grows with me and so, I sing smoothly, in no hurry, take it all as it comes.
My dreams will last forever.
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